Anthony Bourdain isn't just an expert when it comes to the world's best foods and making fun of Guy Fieri. In case you haven't noticed, the globetrotting celebrity ex-chef -- and newly minted Jiu-Jitsu champion -- does a lot of drinking, and talks about drinking almost as much. And in a recent interview with Potluck Video, the sage booze authority shared exactly how he likes to drink a good Scotch whisky.
In the 5-minute interview over glasses of The Balvenie single malt Scotch, Tony explains how he fell in love with whisky as well as when and how he typically drinks it. So, uh, listen up, people.
"If I'm not feeling particularly well, it makes me feel better," Bourdain said. "If I'm feeling sentimental or wistful or reflective or thinking about writing, but not yet writing, it's a good -- for me, 4 o' clock in the afternoon in a pub in Scotland, preferably, alone... You know, a good Scotch whisky. I'm a bit of a heretic here -- I don't mind one rock. One rock only. And I know that a lot of serious whiskey drinkers will take issue with that, and I understand it, but yeah, I like just a tiny, tiny, little piece of ice. I'm not making blender drinks out of it."